Kids Get Creative During ArtBreak at Artspace

One of the biggest draws of ArtBreak was the STEAM art activities. Thousands of kids (and grown ups) spent hours crafting beautiful art and science projects during the week long event. However, ArtBreak was cancelled in 2020 due to the Coronavirus. The Shreveport Regional Arts Council wants to bring the fun of those STEAM activities back for the summer!  Starting June 2 and running for 10 weeks, children can attend the ArtBreak Summer Day Camps also known as ArtBreak at Artspace.

Local artists supervise the activities which include story time, artistic movement exercises and more.

artbreak at artspace

Here’s what you need to know about ArtBreak at Artspace

Two age groups:

Kindergarten – 3rd grade

4th grade – 6th grade

Dates & Times:

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

10:00 am – Noon

For 10 weeks starting June 2 through the first week of August.


Space is limited due to social distancing guidelines. The camp is $8 per child, $20 for 3 children and $5 per children in groups of 4 or more. To register, head over to the ArtBreak at Artspace website. Parents can watch the activities at Artspace and from Parish Taceaux.

Artspace opens to the public at noon so everyone can enjoy Critical Mass until early July. After that exhibition closes, a new art exhibit called “Quaran-time” opens.

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